CNN Takes Over The Internet With New Tech, Showbiz, Food Sites will take over entertainment with Cameron Diaz.

CNN’s digital network is huge — and it’s about to get even bigger.At a big presentation today at the Time Warner centre, general manager KC Estenson boasted to a crowd of advertisers and agencies about the network’s massive online reach. The Time Warner (TWX)-owned CNN plans to reach even further with revamped Entertainment and Tech blogs, and a whole new “blog network.”

Check out what the new and blogs will look like >

According to Nielsen Online, CNN’s digital network is one of the top 5 most visited current events and global news destination Web sites on the planet, among MSNBC’s digital network but above, AOL and Yahoo! News.

With the new sites, CNN aims to bring in more unique visitors and advertising (not to mention corral even more content from Time Inc.’s other media brands and partners).

Here’s their master plan:

CNN’s new Entertainment section, led by former OK! Magazine editor Katie Caperton, and will be revealed within days.

By summer, will also have a new Tech vertical and offering weekly columns to Mashable’s Pete Cashmore, and Flickr co-founder Caterina Fake, Craigslist’s Craig Newmark and Apple 2.0’s Philip Elmer-DeWitt.

CNN is also launching several new blogs including:

Eatocracy: a foodie blog run by former AOL Food and Slashfood editor Kat Kinsman

Belief Blog: a religion site co-edited by Dan Gilgoff and CNN producer Eric Marrapodi

This Just In: a site that will gather breaking news from across their network sites. It will be edited by writers Mallory Simon and Manav Tanneeru.

Afghanistan Crossroads: where CNN staffers will give on-the-ground reporting from Afghanistan and around the world. Edited by CNN senior producer Amy Cox.

CNN representatives say the Eatocracy and Belief Blog are “coming soon,” but we’ve seen what they look like already.

Check out what the new and blogs will look like >

This is what's Entertainment section looked like before.

Here is what it will look like soon! Hi Cameron!

Katie Caperton, former OK! magazine editor, will be keeping the site fresh.

Lots of graphics for the showbiz site.

Next up: CNN's new food blog Eatocracy

The site will be run by former AOL-er Kat Kinsman

There will be recipes from Padma!

And dudes telling us why salads are cool.

On to: the Belief blog! Trippy colours.

Dan Gilgoff, former U.S. News and World Report writer, will be co-editing the site.

CNN producer Eric Marrapondi will also be editing Belief.

Big photos, clean design.

The 'Catholic Church' will be a big topic, according to the tag cloud.

What do you think? Let us know!

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